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This is actually a Linux configuration problem, it's nothing to do with Jira, beyond a misconfiguration that happens to affect Jira.
You need to check the permissions on all the directories Jira is installed in, using for data, and all the logs under /var/log/ that Jira might be trying to use.
journalctl may show you which files are a problem
journalctl is a part of the systemd sub-system on your Unix-like operating system.
If you're using a Linux system that uses systemd for handling services, then journalctl is usually in the default path, so you can run it from anywhere.